Household Waste and Recycling Survey

To The Residents of: Camden, Hope, Lincolnville and Rockport

As a community, we are embarking on a new era in our solid waste management practices. We will be delivering our trash to ecomaine beginning in April 2018. In preparation for this change, the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Board of Directors (MCSWC) is considering a redesign of the transfer station with the goal of managing costs and improving the environmental performance of both the facility and our community as a whole

In an effort to reach out to our community, MCSWC has committed to two things: a citizen committee called Mid-Coast Waste Watch, and a survey of our residents regarding their recycling and waste disposal habits and preferences.

Please take a few minutes to answer the survey that this committee has prepared. By participating in the survey, residents will have the opportunity to enter into a raffle of goods and services from local businesses.

You can take the survey here by clicking the link below:

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Your responses will help guide the development of our facility and our solid waste and recycling practices. Thank you so much for your time and interest in this issue!

Jim Guerra, Manager, MCSWC Beth Kwiatkowski, MCSWC   Mid-Coast Waste Watch -Alison McKellar -Josh Gerritsen -Maggie Timmerman -Anna Sideris -Marci Annis Casas

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